Jason asks to walk her out. She smiles sweetly and walks in with him. They sit on that horrible little pew and he apologizes. He says he does have strong feelings for her. He doesn't think that he can keep up with her. She says that she doesn't think their lives are that different. In fact, she did a lot in her life while she was single so she'd be ready to marry now. He brings up the "best friends" stuff. She says that when you're 90, you'll want your best friend. Amen. He says that it has to be "more" and she agrees -- she thinks they had that. She says that she had a dream recently where she was playing upstairs with Ty and he tried on a pair of her high heels (uh oh, omen) and they ran downstairs to show him. Then, the three of them curled up and took a nap on the couch. That's very sweet. She says she's totally in love with him and has never felt this way before. She's looking for someone who loves her for her and he says she deserves that. This dude's a wuss. He walks her to the car, she hugs him, then she's gone. He seems misty-eyed but I'm not buying it.
In the car, she says she had been jaded about love, but she found something with Jason. This is embarrassing. She's feeling a little defensive, it seems. Her heart is broken. Jason is squeezing tears out on that little pew. He says it was tough sending her home. He was "falling" for her, but wasn't in love with her. Whatever. He's "falling" for the other two women too. He goes back to see the girls. He tells us that he plans on marrying one of the women.
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